Another local beauty makes Top Model

Isabella, a 19-year-old aspiring model from Barboursville will compete on Cycle 12 of America's Next Top Model airing March 4.

Last fall, Lauren Brie Harding, daughter of Albemarle Sheriff Chip Harding, was one of 14 contestants chosen for cycle 11 of America's Next Top Model. She made it to the final eight before she was eliminated. Now comes news that another local beauty has been selected to compete in Cycle 12. "Isabella" is a 19-year-old aspiring model from Barboursville who'll face off against 12 other contestants when the new season airs on March 4 on the CW. The Wikipedia page for America's Next Top Model identifies her as Isabella Falk. Calls to area Falks were not returned at posting time.


The semi-beautiful Isabella.

Doesn't seem to be a lot of electricity coursing through that cerebullum.

And what's with the posture? Spina bifida?

Christ a'mighty Hook folk: when ya gonna throw down some actual news, hmmm?

Prettiest one gone first? Tyra has this all backwards!

So when are you gonna delete all this crap, idiot?

OK, I can't do this anymore. My manager insisted that I change my surname to "Oncelot" in an attempt to appeal to a larger fanbase in South America. I insisted that I be allowed to hyphenate the Oncelot with my original surname, Giuliano. But seeing as I have yet to sell a single record, I'm removing the Oncelot from my name and just going with "John Giuliano". It is my view that South Americans can see right through the transparent scheme to trick them into buying my crappy albums by re-naming myself John Oncelot Giuliano, and so I'm electing to make an all-or-nothing gamble at making the South American big-time on my own musical credentials and talents, versus letting some record biz exec give me some sleek-and-sexy-soundings stage name. Now by my damn album!

OK, I changed my mind. I am now known as "the artist formerly known as John Ocelot Giuliano, but now known as John Oncelot". Better get it right next time.

Maybe soon; maybe never....

What are the extra three periods for, huaTM?